Police News – February 2014

Community News

From Tregony Neighbourhood Team.

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The purpose of this news item is to enable both Parish Councils & the wider community to be able to see what is happening, not only in the Parish where they live but in the neighbouring parishes as well.

If you feel you require further information on any item listed below or have any information you think we should know about then please feel free to call the office number below and speak with one of us direct.

The Information below relates to the following period in time:-

1st Feburary 2014 – 28th Feburary 2014

 

Location

General Details

Crimes Recorded

Ladock During this period Police were called to the parish 10 times. 8 of these were Road & or weather related.

PC Ellis REEK 3622 – Has joined the Tregony Office and is the new Neighbourhood Beat Manager For this Area

No Crime Has Been Recorded.

 
Probus  During this period Police were called to the parish 11 times. 6 of these were road & or weather  related incidents.

PC Ellis REEK 3622 – Has joined the Tregony Office and is the new Neighbourhood Beat Manager For this Area

4 crimes have been recorded:-

GE/14/24 – Theft of electric fence equipment – Grampound Rd.

GE/14/33 – Theft of a mobile phone from The King George Playing Field on 24/02/14 Between 1730-1800.

2 other crimes have been recorded.

 
Tregony During this period Police were called to the parish 8 times. 6 of these were road & or weather related incidents.

No Crime recorded.

 
St. Michael Penkivel No Calls To the parish

No Crime Recorded..

 
Philleigh No Calls To The Parish

No Crime Recorded.

 
St. Mawes & St. Just In Roseland During this period Police were called to the parish 7 times. 2 of these were road & or weather related incidents.

1 report of these Theft has been recorded which relates to a pair of training shoes.

 
Gerrans & Portscatho During this period Police were called to the parish 3 times. These were all different.

No Crime Has Been Recorded.

 
Ruan Lanihorne During this period Police were called to the parish twice.

No Crime Has Been Recorded.

   
Veryan & Portloe  During this period Police were called to the parish 14 times. 8 of these were road 7 or weather related. 3 were house alarms being discovered sounding during the bad weather, the remaining were various calls.

1 crime has been recorded which related to the communication act which involves the use of such items as social media sites or text messages.

 
Cuby During this period Police were called to the parish once.PC Ellis REEK 3622 – Has joined the Tregony Office and is the new Neighbourhood Beat Manager For this Area

1 crime has been recorded:-

GE/14/32 – Criminal Damage – Tregony Parish Church – Between 2pm on 22nd February & 1000am on 23rd February.

It has been noted that a number of young people were seen in the church grounds of recent times.

 
Trispen St. Erme During this period Police were called to the parish 13 times. 6 of these were road & or weather related incidents. The remaining calls were various. The only item of note is various reports of “Boy Racers” on the road down from the Community Building.

PC Ellis REEK 3622 – Has joined the Tregony Office and is the new Neighbourhood Beat Manager For this Area.

5 crimes have been recorded:-

GE/14/22 – Burglary – Unoccupied shed belonging to a building under renovation entered. Padlock removed and damage caused.

GE/14/28 – Criminal Damage to single paned glass door in a property in Welcome Close Between 3pm on 21st Feb & 7am on 22nd Feb.

1 crime relates to a making of without payment from the petrol station, another relates to the communication act and the final one is an assault which a person was arrested in connection with.

 
St. Allen   During this period Police were called to the parish 4 times. These were road & or weather related incidents.

PC Ellis REEK 3622 – Has joined the Tregony Office and is the new Neighbourhood Beat Manager For this Area

1 crime has been recorded :-

GE/14/36 – Theft – Cast Iron anvil removed from The Old Rectory Between 25th Feb & 27th Feb 2014.

PLEASE CAN WE TAKE THIS OPPERTUNITY TO REMIND PEOPLE TO KEEP A LOOK OUT AND REPORT ANY SUSPECIOUS PERSONS & OR VEHICLES TO POLICE.

If you have any information which relates to any of the above mentioned items then please contact Tregony Neighbourhood Team on any of the numbers or methods below.

Tregony Police Station:- 01872 530254  (Non Emergency Only)
Devon & Cornwall Police Switchboard:- 101 (Non Emergency Only)
Crime Stoppers:- 0800 555 111
Or
Email Us Via The Contact Us Button On Our Web Page

www.devon-cornwall.police.uk


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